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38 Million Pieces of Plastic Trash Cover This Remote Island | National Geographic

38 million pieces of plastic trash litter the beaches of Henderson Island, a remote, uninhabited island in the South Pacific Ocean. Scientists who surveyed the area believe the island is covered in more plastic trash than anywhere else on the globe, with 671 pieces per square meter.

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